|Born||Christi Michell Josenhans|
July 15, 1977
Anaheim, California, U.S.
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
Baker was first discovered in the "Girl Next Door" contest held by Playboy, where she was chosen as the winner. She does most of her modeling for her own official website, which she frequently promotes on radio programs, such as on The Howard Stern Show. Perhaps her biggest claim to fame has been a 2002 series of cleavage-intensive Miller Lite beer "catfight" TV commercials with fellow model Tanya Ballinger.
Baker revisited this role in a 2007 homage to the catfight ads produced by iFilm.com. She played herself in the mockumentary Incident at Loch Ness, in which she is purportedly hired to operate sonar equipment, but her real purpose is to plunge Baker into frigid Loch Ness while wearing a G-string bikini.
World Wrestling Entertainment
Baker made appearances in two WWE pay-per-view programs, and various WWE-related promotions. Her first being at Unforgiven, where she played part in a "HLA" ("Hot Lesbian Action") segment that then-WWE Raw manager Eric Bischoff built up around that PPV. Baker was taken out to the ring with Bischoff and a second "lesbian" and were scheduled to "perform" lesbianistic antics with Stephanie McMahon.
At WrestleMania XIX, in her second WWE appearance, Baker was joined with Tanya Ballinger. Reprising their roles as the Miller Lite catfight girls, they faced off against Torrie Wilson and Stacy Keibler in a fatal four-way pillow fight. Prior to the event, Baker and Ballinger were featured in WrestleMania XIX commercials similar to the Miller Light ads.
She appeared in the video game Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home.
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